Wireless Accelerometer for Neonatal MRI Motion Artifact Correction
AbstractA wireless accelerometer has been used in conjunction with a dedicated 3T neonatal MRI system installed on a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to measure in-plane rotation which is a common problem with neonatal MRI. Rotational data has been acquired in real-time from phantoms simultaneously with MR images which shows that the wireless accelerometer can be used in close proximity to the MR system. No artifacts were observed on the MR images from the accelerometer or from the MR system on the accelerometer output. Initial attempts to correct the raw data using the measured rotational angles have been performed, but further work will be required to make a robust correction algorithm. View Full-Text
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Paley, M.; Reynolds, S.; Ismail, N.; Herigstad, M.; Jarvis, D.; Griffiths, P. Wireless Accelerometer for Neonatal MRI Motion Artifact Correction. Technologies 2017, 5, 6.
Paley M, Reynolds S, Ismail N, Herigstad M, Jarvis D, Griffiths P. Wireless Accelerometer for Neonatal MRI Motion Artifact Correction. Technologies. 2017; 5(1):6.Chicago/Turabian Style
Paley, Martyn; Reynolds, Steven; Ismail, Nurul; Herigstad, Mari; Jarvis, Deborah; Griffiths, Paul. 2017. "Wireless Accelerometer for Neonatal MRI Motion Artifact Correction." Technologies 5, no. 1: 6.
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